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FG begins implementation of e-govt master plan

The Federal Government through the Galaxy Backbone has launched a platform to support the e-government master plan initially approved by the previous Federal Executive Council.…

The Federal Government through the Galaxy Backbone has launched a platform to support the e-government master plan initially approved by the previous Federal Executive Council.

The official launch, was carried out recently in Abuja by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Gida Mustapha, the Head of Service, Mrs Winifred Oyo-Ita with the former Minister of Communications, Barr. Adebayo Shittu, permanent secretaries of several ministries as well as the heads and representatives of various Ministries, Departments and Agencies in attendance.

A statement from Galaxy BB said following the launch, government will begin the full implementation of the E-government master plan, which is meant to set Nigeria apart in the league of nations effectively delivering government services using digital technologies and infrastructure, in earnest.

The Director E-government within the Ministry of Communications, Mr. Tope Fashedemi, said ‘Galaxy Backbone provides the infrastructure that will enable the full implementation of the e-government master plan’.

Galaxy Backbone (GBB) is the digital infrastructure and shared services provider to government and all its agencies.

The Managing Director/CEO, Mr, Yusuf Kazaure, said the e-government master plan heralds the platform that will help ministries and agencies perform better.

Kazaure has assured that Galaxy Backbone will perform its responsibilities to ensure the full implementation of the plan.

 

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